Academic Entrepreneurship. Creating an Entrepreneurial by Andrew C. Corbett,Jerome A. Katz,Donald S. Siegel, et

By Andrew C. Corbett,Jerome A. Katz,Donald S. Siegel, et al.Emerald Group Publishing Limited|Emerald Group Publishing Limited||Adult NonfictionBusinessLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 22.08.2014Street date: 21.08.2014

Advances in Entrepreneurship, enterprise Emergence and development offers an annual exam of the main present study within the box of entrepreneurship, together with company emergence and progress study. The Advances sequence additionally publishes papers from fields corresponding to procedure or sociology that use entrepreneurial examples. it's a key resource of articles-of-record for significant recommendations within the self-discipline of entrepreneurship. quantity sixteen considers the crucial factor of educational entrepreneurship: the standards and ideas that underpin the fostering of university-based entrepreneurial ventures. particularly, it includes learn at the outcomes of collage expertise move, with a robust emphasis at the entrepreneurial size of this task. The theoretical and empirical manuscripts during this quantity contemplate all elements of ways collage stakeholders create, incubate, and speed up ventures.

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This is where incubators, whether university anchored or private, and programs like Deshpande at MIT and the von Liebig Center at UC San Diego make an enormous contribution. They proactively connect students and scientists with ideas to a knowledgeable start-up business community. They also keep data on enrollments, new projects evaluated, and number of projects securing external funding annually, information more often found in center annual reports than in offices of technology transfer. The von Liebig Center, a school of engineering-based commercialization support program at UC San Diego, collects annual data on enrollments in entrepreneurship courses, number of ideas evaluated and advised upon, as well as the number of plans they review annually for a competition which provides up to $25,000, along with an entrepreneur in residence for a year to students and faculty with promising ideas.

Kingma’s chapter provides researchers with a foundational knowledge base regarding the formative stages of an ecosystem’s growth and the challenges that emerge during the different phases of growth. Ultimately, the research hones in on a number of critical success factors that influence individual programs and the academic ecosystem that stretches beyond traditional university boundaries. The chapter provides a summary of recommendations for establishing an experientially focused university-wide entrepreneurship education program by highlighting the critical factors required and exploring mishaps that others should avoid.

These offices facilitate commercial knowledge transfers through the licensing to industry of inventions or other forms of intellectual property resulting from university research. According to the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) (2013), the rate of university technology commercialization has increased substantially since 1980, as measured by university patenting, licensing activity, and startup formation. In the United States and other advanced industrial nations, policymakers also increasingly view university technology transfer as a potential source of regional economic growth and revenue enhancement for financially constrained institutions of higher learning.

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